Video content analysis

Bold Gemini Supports Davantis To Facilitate Accurate Video Content Analysis

CCTV systems increasingly rely on video content analysis to create alerts and minimize false alarms. However, they can also provide the operator with more useful data than a simple intruder alarm activation by identifying and presenting specific behavior. One of the products in the sector, Davantis, supplied by UK company Bi3, is designed to detect people and vehicles, according to a set of pre-configured rules, while ignoring unwanted scene activity. Once the system identifies a reportable eve...

Hanwha Techwin And Facit Data Systems Introduce Wisenet Retail Intelligence Solutions

The long-standing technology partnership between Hanwha Techwin and Facit Data Systems has resulted in selected Wisenet cameras being able to take full advantage of Facit’s powerful Calculus server-based intelligent retail video analytics software, to deliver a new generation of Retail Intelligence solutions. The Wisenet Heatmap and People Counting cameras enable retailers to identify lost sales opportunities by monitoring continuously updated live reports and view comparative hourly and...

Eagle Eye Video API Platform Augmented To Support Advanced System Integration

Eagle Eye Networks, Inc. has announced the enhancement of the Eagle Eye Video API Platform to support large scale deployments with advanced integration requirements. The Eagle Eye API Platform delivers a robust set of enterprise wide APIs for customers’ use in easily integrating storage, analytics, indexing, and 3rd party interfaces with both live and recorded surveillance video. The Eagle Eye Video API Platform can be used for integration, analysis, big data research, or the development...

VITEC To Showcase EZ TV IPTV And Digital Signage Platform In Maiden Appearance At ISE 2018

In its first-ever attendance at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2018, VITEC, a provider of advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, will showcase EZ TV — a market-leading, broadcast-grade IPTV and digital signage platform with key installations in Europe and the U.S. Targeted to enterprises, sports stadiums and arenas, and government agencies, EZ TV combines low-latency, broadcast-quality IPTV distribution with powerful digital signage capabilities to give audiences a more en...

Avigilon Launches Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) Technology With AI Search Features

Avigilon Corporation, provider of security solutions, announced its latest innovation in video analytics capabilities with the launch of Avigilon Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) technology, available in its upcoming Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 6.8 video management software.  A New Level Of Automation UMD is an advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology that brings a new level of automation to surveillance and is designed to reveal events that may have otherwise been missed. Without...

Secutech 2018 To Feature AI And IoT Powered Security Solutions

The annual trade fair for the security industry, Secutech 2018, will once again be held at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center in Taiwan from 25 – 27 April 2018. Moving beyond traditional security devices and solutions, this edition will cover the most advanced security and safety, IoT, artificial intelligence, big data, intelligent video analytics and smart identity technologies from over 400 exhibitors from 15 countries and regions. These companies will be grouped into seven intelligen...

Round Table Discussions

Expert Views On PSIM, Analogue HD, Video Analytics And More

Some Expert Panel Roundtable topics are more challenging than others. Occasionally a question will “stump” the panel – i.e., no one will choose to answer it. Other times, only one or two panelists will step forward to answer a question. One comment does not a “panel” make. Taken together, however, these varied comments offer their own range of insights into the evolving physical security market. Let’s look at some of these assorted Expert Panel comments over t...

When Does It Make Sense to Share Video from a Private System?

More cameras today are providing more video than ever, but how much of the video is available when and how it is needed? The question often comes up when law enforcement entities are seeking to access video from private systems to help solve a crime. There are many more private video systems than public systems, but is the video available when needed? And what about privacy: In what situations is it acceptable to share private video for the public good? We took these questions to this week&rsquo...